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Rajasthan offers the best and most fascinating Wildlife Tours. It is not just a land of architectural wealth, fascinating culture, and heroic deeds but also blessed with rich and diverse wildlife. It is the home to variant flora and fauna along with some of the most exclusive species of wild animals and birds that are found in the forests of Rajasthan. The state has the finest collection of national parks and wild life sanctuaries of India like the world famous Ranthambore National Park, Sariska National Park, Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary, Desert National Park, Tal Chopper Wild life Sanctuary, and Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary to name just a few. The state is so rich in wild life reserves that it attracts thousands of tourists, animal lover, bird watchers and wildlife conservationists every year to its lands. From semi green forests of Mt.Abu to the dry sandy land of desert, dense forest amidst Aravali hills to wet lands of Bharatpur. Rajasthan is a heaven of the tiger, birds and many endangered species. Rajasthan is a unique place that is famous for its richness and diversity of its vegetation and wildlife. Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary is the second largest habitat in the world that is visited by the Siberian Cranes in winter. Exploring a wild life sanctuary can be quite an adventurous experience whether it is carried through a jeep safari, on elephant back, or from a watch tower or a boat in the lake. Watching animals in a natural habitat is truly a delight.

Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary

Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary is the finest bird parks of India. Vivid India Tours provides complete detailed information about wildlife in Bharatpur National Park. The park also referred as The Keoladeo Ghana National Park was built by The Maharaja of Bharatpur in the year 1890. Spread in wide area of around 232 sq km, it has extreme and varied collection of flora and fauna in its jungle. The park is home to near about 300 species of birds and close to 44000 trees that are used by these birds for their nesting activities every year. Though the sanctuary is open through out the year, but still the most preferred and favorable time to visit is during mid October and February. This is the perfect time slot when the entire park gets full with some special breeds of migratory birds from far off land that flies their way to Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary during the winter season. Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary is an ‘Ornithologist’s Paradise’ where you can find several species of Cranes, Pelicans, Geese, Ducks, Eagles, Hawks, Shanks, Stints, Wagtails, Warblers, Wheatears, Flycatchers, Buntings, Larks, Pipits, Sambar, Chital, Nilgai and Boar. There is complete arrangement of accommodation facilities in the Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary in terms of the lodges and hotels.

How To Reach :

Bharatpur is well connected with rail tracks for direct trains from major cities of India. However you can also take a road trip from close cities of Jaipur, Agra and Delhi if you wish to enjoy the scenic beauty of the area through network of National Highways.

Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary

Vivid India Tours welcomes you to explore the very famous and absolutely distinctly amazing Kumbhalgarh wildlife sanctuary on your tour to Rajasthan.

This wildlife sanctuary is named after the Kumbhalgarh Fort of Udaipur. The entire area covers a land of 578 sq km and is 90 kms from Udaipur city. The best time to visit this palce is between the months of November and April. It is most famous for Leopards, Chinkaras, Neelgais and Indian wolf. Here you can see sloth bear, hyena, jackal, jungle cat, smabhar, nilgai, chaisingh (the four horned antelope), chinkara, wild boar, crocodiles, flamingoes, spoonbills, egrets and hare. Among the bird life you can spot red spur owls, Parakeets, Golden Oriole, Grey Pigeons, Bulbul, Dove, four horned antelope and white breasted kingfishers.

To make your travel to Kumbhalgarh Sanctuary all the more exciting and adventurous, we offer special jungle safaris for an unforgettable experience of a life time as a part of your journey to the amazing land of Rajasthan.

Sajjangarh Park

Sajjangarh Park is spread in 5.19 sq. km of area and is considered as heaven for adventure freaks and wildlife enthusiasts. This wildlife sanctuary is located at 5 km from the Udaipur city in Rajasthan. It is the home to several exotic species like Nilgai, Cheetal, Sambar, Wild Boar, Panther, Hyena, and Jackal in addition to several migratory birds along with variety of reptiles and insects.

For those who have inbuilt passion of exploring a forest area, Sajjangarh Wild Life Sanctuary is a perfect retreat. The dense jungle of this park provides ample opportunities for a wild life safari, trekking, nature walks and other adventurous activities. It also offers a tremendous view of the sunset and sunrise from the hilltop. Nearby attraction to this park includes ‘Tiger Lake’, ‘Sajjangarh Fort’ and an ancient ‘Shiva Temple’.

Tal Chapper Sanctuary

Tal Chappar Sanctuary lies in the Churu district in the north eastern part of Rajasthan and is located 80 kms from Mandawa. The word ‘Tal’ means plane land. Spread in wide land of 1334 sq kms, the sanctuary is popular for its rare species of black bucks. The best time to visit Tal Chappar is between the months of November and April when the forest comes alive with various migratory birds such as montagur's, marsh harrier, pale harrier, imperial eagle, tawny eagle, short toed eagle, sparrow hawk, skylark, crested lark, ring drove, brown dove, blue jay, green bee eaters, black ibis and demoiselle cranes.

This wildlife sanctuary is known for its unique habitat for number of migratory birds. The entire area is seen flooded with rain water during the monsoon season. Tal Chappar Sanctuary is well connected through meter gauge line of Railways. The nearest airport is Jaipur at a distance of 215 km.

Darrah Sanctuary

The word ‘Darrah’ means ‘pass’ in local language indicating to the purpose of this wildlife sanctuary which in earlier times was used by Marathas, Rajputs and British as their hide area during wars. The forest of Darrah Sanctuary was very famous among the yester year kings of Kota who used it as the royal hunting ground. Spread in wide cover of 250 sq.km of area, the wildlife sanctuary is located 50 km in distance from the Kota city in Rajasthan and came into existence in the year 1955. The forest is home to wolf, cheetah, nilgai, deer and wild boar among many other species of wild animals.

Though this place is open throughout the year, but sometimes it is closed during the monsoon season. Indain Memoirz welcomes you to enjoy the jungle safari in the Darrah Sanctuary in between the month of February and May. You can club your visit to this place with the nearby attractions of Jhalwar forts.

Mount Abu Wildlife Sanctuary

Mount Abu Wildlife Sanctuary is located in the Aravali ranges amidst beautiful hill station of Mt.Abu city. It is spread in 7 km of area and is popular destination for world eco-system. The sanctuary is the home to nearly 112 plant families with 150 different genres and 820 varied species. The landscape is full of greenery and dense forest at a height of 1219 meters. The biggest advantage of this place is its pleasant climatic conditions which makes it different from the rest of Rajasthan.

Mt.Abu Wildlife Sanctuary gives an insight to leopard sloth bear, wild boar, sambar, chinkara and langaur to name just a few. It addition to the wild life the forests here offers some great floral biodiversity with sub tropical thorn jungles to evergreen jungle besides water bodies. Mt. Abu is the only place of Rajasthan where you can find 15 species of feras and huge varieties of orchids, herbal plants of medicinal qualities and bamboo trees. The best time to visit this sanctuary is between February to June and September to December.

Vivid India Tours welcomes you to explore the great flora and fauna of this region through its well organized tour packages. A visit to this place can be clubbed with the nearby tourists attractions such as Gaumukh Temple, Dilwara Jain Temple, Sunset Point, Museum Art Gallery, Achalgarh, and Trevor Tank to make your journey more exciting and adventurous and worth memorizing it for a life time.

Sariska National Park

Sariska National Park is undoubtedly the largest visited and the most famous wild life sanctuary of India. It is located on the Delhi-Alwar-Jaipur highway. This park came into existence in the year 1958 and was then declared as Tiger Reserve Park of India. Set amidst the magnificent architecture of Sariska Palace, this wild life sanctuary is home to Nilgai, Cheetah, Leopard, Tigers, Hyena, Wild peacocks, Blue bull, Stag, Deer, and Jungle cat along with dominant tree species such as Dhok (Anogeissus pendula), Boswellia serreta, Lannea coromandelica, Kattha (Acacia Catechu), Bamboo, Palas (Butea monosperma), Arjun (Terminalia arjuna), Gugal (Commiphora wightii), Kadaya (Sterculia urens), Amla (Emblica officinalis), Bahera (Terminalia bellerica).and Ber (Zizyphus spp.).

The best time to visit Sariska is during the winters. This sanctuary is the perfect delight for birds and wildlife lovers who like to witness animals in their real habitat. There are plenty of ancient temples and old forts in Sariska that are worth a stop watch and cannot be missed to complete your journey. Vivid India Tours welcomes you to explore this enchanting forest life of Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary by clubbing your trip to near by tourists spot of Silliserh Lake and Pandupol. Accommodation is well provided in the forest lodge for a more rugged and adventurous stay and Sariska Palace for a luxurious hotel stay with all the modern amenities and comforts amidst a dense forest.

Desert National Park

Thar is the only desert of India. Its fragile and unique ecosystem supports different and most unusually varied life forms in form of wild life species. All these plants and animals can be seen in the one of a kind Desert National Park in Jaisalmer city of Rajasthan. Spread in wide landscaped area of 3150 sq km, the Desert National Park is the biggest park of India in terms of wild life. The park is situated very close to India-Pakistan border and is an excellent example of diverse wildlife. Located in the most hot and humid temperature zone area, this land can be witnessed with rugged mountains, cracked land, salt lake bottoms and sand dunes, but still is a perfect place to explore reptiles and animals. The park is a natural habitat for a long list of wild life.

In the Desert National Park, you can see varieties of birds such as sand grouse, spotted eagles, gray partridges, shrikes, demoiselle crane, quails, peafowl bee-eaters, larks, eagles, harriers, falcons, orioles, warblers, babblers, buzzards, kestrel and vultures to name just a few along with tail lizard, desert monitors, sand fish, desert cat, hare, blue tailed and green bee-eaters, chameleons, gray partridge, chameleons, and snakes, chinkara, blackbuck, the desert fox, and Bengal fox among many others.

Ranthambhore National Park

Ranthambhore National Park is one of the finest national parks in the world to see the Bengal tigers. Located in the eastern region of Rajasthan state, this national park lies between the hilly terrains of Aravali and Vindhyachal ranges and is just 11 km in distance from Sawai Madhopur. This national park offers a picturesque landscape of natural surroundings and amazing wildlife surrounded by three water lakes of ‘Padam Talab’, ‘Malik Talab’, and ‘Raj Bagh’. The entire area is made of plateaus, meadows in valleys and canals for irrigation.

Ranthambhore National Park is home to leopards, caracal, hyena, wild buffalo, jungle cat, crocodiles, wild boar, tigers, langaur, monkeys and deer along with wide varieties of migratory birds in their natural habitat. The park is opened in the months of October to May when it attracts large number of tourists, wildlife enthusiast and photographers to visit this place.

Jaipur and Kota are the near by airport cities to reach Ranthambhore National Park. However it is best advisable by Vivid India Tours to take a road trip organized by us for more adventurous journey.

Sita Mata Wildlife Sanctuary

Sita Mata Wildlife Sanctuary is located 108 km in distance from the Udaipur city in Rajasthan. It is a natural habitat for some of the most varied species of wildlife and is extremely famous for different types of trees that are planted here. Sita Mata Wildlife Sanctuary is often considered as the perfect picnic spot by those travelers who wish to escape from the congestion of the city to spend some quality time in the lap of natural beauty and have landscaped picturesque beauty. Spread in area of 423 sq.km the forest of Sita Mata Wildlife Sanctuary lies in between Aravalli and Vindhyachal mountain ranges.

The best time to visit this place is during the months of October and February when you can see varieties of Deers, Chousingha, Caracal wild boar, Pangolin, leopards, hyena, jungle cat, fox, flying squirrels, porcupine, spotted deer, four horned antelope and Nilgai.

Nearly half of the jungle is planted with teak trees and which are of exclusive quality in addition to other varieties such as Salar, Bamboo, Amla, and Tendu.

The Gajner wildlife Sanctuary

The Gajner wildlife Sanctuary is located at a distance of thirty two km. from the town of Bikaner. In the days of yore Gajner Wildlife Sanctuary used to be royal hunting grounds of the Maharaja of Bikaner. There is a sparkling lake inside the sanctuary and in the sweltering summer months one can see a variety of wild animals that come to the lake to quench their thirst.

The sanctuary is home to a number of wild animals and some of the resident species include wild fowls, deer, antelope, nilgai, chinkara, black buck, desert foxes and wild boars to name just a few.

In the midst of densely wooded jungle and the surrounding haunting wildlife there is the elegant Gajner Palace Hotel where visitors can check-in for lodging. Apart from accommodation, the Gajner Palace Hotel regularly conducts a jungle safari which takes visitors into the deepest realms of the mysterious Gajner Sanctuary. The hotel has its own exclusive fleet of vehicles and all jungle safaris are accompanied by an extremely knowledgeable guide who has years of experience of Gajner Wildlife Sanctuary.

Sambhar Lake Wildlife Sanctuary

Sambhar is India's largest saline lake, 190 sq km in extent at full capacity, and lays some 60 km west of Jaipur, just outside prosaically named Salt Lake City. This vast body of glacial saline is on average just 0.6 cm deep and never more than 3 m even just after the monsoon. It stretches in length for 22.5 km, its width varying between 3 and 11 km. Several seasonal freshwater streams, two of the major ones being the rivers Mendha and Rupangarh, feed it.

Please provide us your contact number and convenient time, our expert will call back to you. The vast, roughly elliptically shaped lake has been divided into two sections by a 5-km long stone dam. The eastern section contains the reservoirs for salt extraction, canals and saltpans. Water from the vast shimmering western section is pumped to the other side via sluice gates when it reaches a degree of salinity considered optimal for salt extraction. The waters here are glacially still, edged with a glittering frost of salt. Flies abound, drawn by the blue-green algae in the water, and queue up in order to crawl into your mouth and ears. There is a sharp briny tang in the air that takes one straight back to coastal fish markets. An indigenously developed rail trolley system-the lines were laid by the British-takes one across the dam and to various far-flung points in the salt works.


Like most other north Indian places, Sambhar too has a tropical climate. The summers can be very hot with mercury crossing 45°C, whereas winters are moderately chilled and the temperature can fall below 10°C.

How To Reach

For Jaipur-based visitors,Sambhar Lake is within a day's trip. One can take National Highway 8 to Dudu and then head north to Sambhar. Alternatively, one can take NH 8 to Malhan and then ask for Phulera, which is just short of Sambhar.
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